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accouterment (uh KOO tuhr muhnt), accoutrement (uh KOO truh muhnt) (s) (noun); accouterments, accoutrements (pl)
1. Clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of one's main clothing; personal clothing, accessories, etc.
2. The equipment, excluding weapons and clothing, of a soldier.
3. Outward forms of recognition; trappings; such as, cathedral ceilings, heated swimming pools, and other accoutrements signaling great wealth.
4. Etymology: from Middle French accoustrement; from accoustrer + -ment, "result of an action"; from Old French acostrer, "to arrange, to sew up".
This entry is located in the following units: -ment (page 1) sutur-, sutu- (page 1)